Prime Telecommunications Leverages State-of-the-Art Cybersecurity Techniques and Tools to Protect Customers

Prime Telecommunications, Inc., a leading provider of unified communications, announced today that the company is leveraging state-of-the-art cyber security techniques and tools to protect customers from cyber attacks that have become a daily occurrence in the small to mid-sized business marketplace. The company has been at the forefront of cybersecurity for many years and has taken their expertise to an entirely new level, well beyond their competition. Prime Telecommunications protects businesses from several key cybersecurity threats.

The first threat facing organizations is phishing. Phishing is essentially, using fake links to lure users into offering up sensitive information, by posing as an authority. Hackers can embed malicious links into emails, attachments or images, which usually lead to another page that requests the sensitive information, which will later be used against the user. One of the most creative ways hackers have found to attack SMBs is to call in and impersonate IT staff or Network Administrators, asking for specific information off the employee’s computer to resolve a potential “virus.” The employee will usually comply and supply the information, giving the hacker the exact keys they need to infiltrate the system.

The next area of concern is mobile security. As web traffic continues to migrate from PC to mobile, hackers have followed suit by redirecting their efforts to mobile attacks, as well. At an organization, whereby users are encouraged to BYOD (bring-your-own-device) to the network, this increases the exposure for network attack exponentially. SMBs need to be on the lookout for attacks from third party apps, mobile malware and unsecured public Wi-Fi locations. For example, employees will use their phone at an unsecured Wi-Fi hotspot to work but they won’t realize that the network is rigged to enable hackers with easy access to sensitive apps, data and information on any phones connected to that particular unsecured Wi-Fi hotspot. In many cases, users will be attacked without even realizing that the attack has happened.

The last area for an SMB to monitor is malvertising. This threat is where hackers embed malware within advertisements, landing pages or even directly on reputable websites. Sites that offer advertising on a massive scale, such as Facebook, have a tough time regulating online security throughout the buying process. Facebook can do its best to ensure that the links on Facebook aren’t malicious; however, they have no access to monitoring the pages that those advertisements lead to, once the user has left Facebook. Malvertisers can embed a code on an advertisement which leads to a dummy checkout page or a fake application page, which phishes all of the sensitive information that the hacker needs to launch an attack.

“These threats all point to the importance of SMBs consulting with an expert in the cybersecurity field,” stated Vic Levinson, President at Prime Telecommunications. “We are well-equipped to deal with threats like these, in addition to the new threats that will undoubtedly arise over the coming years. For any business that leverages technology as one of its key productivity drivers, it pays to have a team like Prime Telecommunications to face the hackers of the world.”

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Prime Telecommunications Offers Innovative Cloud Disaster Recovery Solutions

Prime Telecommunications, Inc., a leader in unified communications, announced today that it has launched a program that focuses on cloud-based data safety. This program is aimed to help small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) to effectively store, manage, and transfer their critical business files seamlessly while simultaneously increasing the overall security of all of their business files. Whether employees are utilizing files on their servers, laptops, workstations or smartphones, this Cloud Disaster Recovery Program will change the way that business owners handle their sensitive corporate and financial information.

For those who aren’t yet familiar, disaster recovery, is a set of policies and procedures which enable the recovery or continuation of vital technology infrastructure and systems following a natural or human-induced disaster. The majority of enterprise-level organizations have recognized the blatant need for disaster recovery programs because they focus on strengthening the underlying IT or technology systems supporting critical business functions, especially in moments of need. For example, when an organization starts growing and adds on more staff, there are more possibilities for human-induced disasters or data theft. An accidental deleted or misplaced file can can cost companies dozens of hours in lost producitity. Futhermore, with more staff come more devices, which in an increasing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) environment, means that there are more vulnerability points for hackers to enter the network. When businesses begin to scale, these productivity interruptions are no longer tolerable.

“When a business begins its growth trajectory, it’s easy to sit back and enjoy the success,” stated Vic Levinson, President at Prime Telecommunications. “We know that feeling. It’s so rewarding to see your business growth outpacing your operating expenses and all of the years of sacrifice make it completely worth it. It’s so easy to kick your feet up, relax and enjoy the fruits of your labor in that moment, however, this is precisely when businesses need to take the steps to protect themselves so they can continue to grow at that same rate. This is when they are most susceptible to virtual disasters and without a comprehensive disaster recovery plan and cloud technology that is engineered specifically to shrug off these types of disturbances, they are putting that stable growth at risk.”

In years prior, many businesses were hesitant to purchase cloud-based disaster recovery solutions because they required large, up-front capital expenditures. Prime Telecommunications’ cloud disaster recovery program breaks this pattern because its on a pay-as-you go model, so businesses only pay for what they use, enabling them to scale up and down their disaster recovery program in perfect sync with the pace of their businesses. It’s file syncing, syncing with business growth, syncing with a cost structure that makes this technology easy to implement into any growth-oriented SMB.

4 Top IT Decisions that Business Owners/CEOs Will Have to Make in 2015

In today’s business environment, owners need to assess the advancement in all technological areas, but paying special attention to these four areas will yield exponential benefits in the next calendar year. Here are the four decisions that need to be made:

Is It Time for Me to Downsize My In-House IT Department? IT departments have long served as a vital support structure for ensuring that all business operations run smoothly. However, as more software and hardware applications migrate to “the cloud” and the number of managed services providers grows, businesses need to start taking a hard look at whether or not it is fiscally responsible for them to pay for full-time IT staff. Advancements have made it possible for remote technicians to fix computer problems off-site and run constant monitoring, management and data optimization software to improve the efficiencies of a company’s network. In many cases, entire teams are used to ensure optimum network performance, something that a single employee cannot hope to deliver consistently. As the playing field has leveled, more sophisticated tools have been developed, making this job even more competitive. In fact, many large organizations are beginning to outsource key areas of their IT operations entirely, and it is not long before outsourced IT departments are commonplace.

Downnsize IT Department

How Can I Secure My Network From Threats? With cybercrimes on the rise, more and more businesses are beginning to take proper precautions to prevent company downtime or data loss. Spyware, malware, data backup and anti-virus protection are all vital to the economic well-being of any stable business. In emergency or negligence situations, critical data loss can set teams back for weeks and put a giant damper on productivity. Many businesses are reexamining their Acceptable Internet Usage Policies (AUPs), to make sure that employees are only visiting work-related sites when at the office. These types of threats are usually found on dangerous websites, which can be eliminated entirely with simple site filtering tools that restrict access to unnecessarily volatile sites. Many companies see this need, especially in the case where businesses derive funding from institutional and private investors. These organizations are often required to spend a significant portion of their yearly budget on security enhancing technologies to make sure that all sensitive information remains perpetually protected.

Network Security

Big Capital Expenditures or Small Cloud Transition Costs? With servers and telephony shifting from the standard on-premise solution of old, to more software-centric and remote operation, many businesses are choosing to invest heavily in the transition to the cloud. The biggest driving factor behind this decision is that from a financial standpoint, most businesses want to upgrade their technology, but don’t want to create a large amount of capital expenditures, which constrain financial resources. Technologies with rental programs, or lowered total cost structures are increasingly popular because of their minimal impact on a budget. With plenty of equipment nearly obsolete, many businesses are investigating technologies which leverage a fixed-cost of ownership in their cost structure. This helps businesses avoid big capital expenditures, keeping them lean and mean for the next year.

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What’s Our Policy Regarding Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD)? Networks are the backbone of any business. However, when employees bring their own devices onto the network, they can often disrupt the infrastructure and slow the overall speed of the network drastically. Furthermore, these devices can pose as security threats when they are not properly configured to run in concert with all of the other technology endpoints on the existing network. It’s a complex web and network design is an intricate process, which is absolutely essential to get right. Some businesses refuse to let people bring their own devices onto the network, yet the vast majority of businesses allow employees to bring their own mobile devices onto the network, as long as they are properly configured by a leading technology specialist. That way, employees can utilize the tools they feel most comfortable with, without derailing anyone else’s performance on the network.

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Want to know more? Need help in talking out your decisions? Give us a call at 847 329 8600 and let’s begin the discussion.

Take Advantage Of Network Security – An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure

In the minutes, hours and days that follow a widespread, widely publicized data breach, most companies scramble, amping up their security measures in an effort to overcompensate for their lack of proactive preparation. A Forrester Research study revealed that more than 45 percent of businesses opt to increase security and audit requirements after an attack occurs. But as our grandmothers always say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Basically, Grandma was trying to say that a proactive approach to security—versus a reactive one—helps to ensure that your business is protected without having to learn the hard way.

While a lax data security plan may be the most detrimental of business strategies, a close second is taking a “one and done” approach. In reality, true data and network protection requires constant effort —it’s not a checklist to be completed, filed away and forgotten. System security, as a whole, is a moving target with new threats and vulnerabilities popping every day and from all angles. Which means one security solution may become outdated just as quickly as it was implemented. Without dedicated resources and the training required to implement and monitor advanced security solutions, organizations are basically sitting ducks, putting their corporate assets at greater risk.

Network Security

So where do you start? System protection begins with a thorough risk vulnerability assessment—and trust me, there are plenty of vulnerabilities to look for. For example, consider the impact of Bring-Your-Own Device (BYOD), with its myriad of points at which employees may unknowingly compromise corporate network security. Or take into account the rising threat and increased variety of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. From organized crime rings to hacktivists to foreign government hacking attempts, the complexities and motives are changing by the day.

By identifying the most vulnerable points within your current system and workflow, you can then start to draft a strategy and analyze potential solutions. Creating a customized security plan, one that’s tailored to addressing those vulnerabilities head-on, is foundational to a solid strategy. Your plan may include simple items, such as creating and implementing a formal BYOD policy. Or you may need more comprehensive protection, enhancing your network and cloud security through a Managed Service Provider (MSP) or bringing in a variety of tactical solutions, such as firewalls, antivirus, OS hardening, intrusion detection and web filtering as applicable. A complete security solution should protect your data and applications from all angles — network, cloud and employee communication—to mitigate any threat to your data.

Part of a successful security plan, however, is allocating enough staff and resources to support that plan. The best-protected systems are those that are constantly managed by a dedicated IT team. If, in your risk assessment efforts, you find that you’re lacking resources to provide ongoing support and monitoring, a Managed Network Security Solution may be the answer.

Our Managed Network Security Solutions provide not only security, but also the team that can support your security mission. We offer 24 x 7 x 365 management and monitoring, going beyond protecting PC desktops with custom, comprehensive real-time protection against attacks, defending and protecting your entire office-computing environment against the latest generation of Internet threats.

Take the first step toward achieving system security and contact a Prime representative today. Remember that ounce of protection? When we’re talking about data security, it’s worth WAY more than a pound of cure.

How the Cloud has Matured

 

Cloud is maturing

Cloud computing is definitely the next wave of information technology, and it’s affecting companies, governments and individuals alike. It has taken a while for people to understand the size, scope and potential of cloud technology, and it’s time to stop underestimating it. The cloud has a bright future!

Again, Sommer Figone has done it again. Here is a repost from his posting on the Rapidscale Blog. I could not have stated it better, clearer or as well as he has. Kudos!

The Cloudy Past

Though the true beginning of cloud computing dates back decades, the technology didn’t become a hot topic until about a decade ago. And though it was a hot topic, it wasn’t always discussed with positivity. There were constant arguments about what “cloud computing” truly meant (some of these arguments persist today) and a population who believed it was just another buzzword or fad. Some thought it was interchangeable with Software as a Service, and many were rightfully fearful of cloud data security, which wasn’t nearly as developed as it is today.

But despite the opposition, big companies were making the move. Suddenly, it seemed like everyone was in the cloud: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Netflix and many more. Those who rooted for the cloud argued that people might fight the technology now, but in a few years they’d wonder why they waited so long. Cloud computing allowed for greater innovation, bringing us platforms we take for granted today, like Instagram and Dropbox.

But even those who made the move, or considered doing so, were clearly not 100% confident. Many only considered a private cloud solution because it made them feel more secure.

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Today’s Trends

Since its beginnings, the cloud has come a long way. There has been an increase in acceptance across the board. Even the CIA is on board. It’s no longer seen as a risky new fad – it’s now simply a standard deployment model. While a few struggle with defining cloud computing, it’s now widely understood to be the delivery of computer resources as a service. According to IBM, 67% of CIOs are actively researching cloud computing technologies and how they might help drive business and operational goals.

Security remains an obstacle to cloud adoption, but largely due to the perception surrounding it. In fact, 94% of cloud adopters say it produces security benefits, and many studies have concluded that cloud computing is as secure as on-premises solutions. While security used to be the biggest barrier, many adopters are now capitalizing on it, as well as on control. But as this confidence grows, cloud providers will still have to focus on the security topic. With BYOD initiatives being largely implemented into organizations today, security obstacles will continue to arise.

Today, focus has switched from private cloud to hybrid cloud, which combines off-site cloud networks with on-site computer hardware. This model allows businesses to receive all the advantages of cloud computing without using up bandwidth and while maintaining a higher level of control. In the past, it was all about a one-size-fits-all offering, but now, businesses have the option to design a customized solution revolving around their specific needs.

Additionally, many now realize the cloud computing does not simply refer to Software as a Service, but also includes other services models like Infrastructure as a Service and Platform as a Service.

The Bright Future

It’s pretty obvious that cloud computing has a bright future. The growth so far has been amazing, and we haven’t even reached the boom yet. Forbes has reported that by 2017, the cloud market could be as big as $235 billion, tripling since 2011. It is predicted that companies of all sizes will achieve new levels of productivity and innovation, and that the cloud computing industry will become a huge source of new jobs. It will also allow us to better address healthcare, education and other social issues. By 2020, there are expected to be 28 billion connected devices – you can bet that those will generate huge amounts of data, and only the cloud will be able to handle and analyze it.

Cloud computing will be a home for small businesses, as there are immense opportunities and advantages for SMBs if they deliver their products and services through the cloud. Their operations will be driven by the technology and they will have a greater potential to experience quick business growth.

Hybrid cloud will continue to be the first choice for organizations moving to the cloud. Gartner predicts that by 2017, 50% of large enterprises will adopt a hybrid cloud solution. This will also continue to work as the answer to fears about data security in the cloud, allowing businesses to keep sensitive data in-house while still taking advantage of cost efficiencies and scalability. Security will remain a huge focus of cloud computing, as it will always be important to keep consumer and business data absolutely secure. But as cloud development persists, we will surely see more innovative privacy services.

Only 10% of Hospitals & Clinics Keep Their Patients’ Data Safe

According to privacy researchers at the Ponemon Institute, “Recent numbers show 90% of health care organizations have exposed their patients’ data — or had it stolen — in 2012 and 2013.” The implications of this research are far-reaching and unsettling for most consumers.

Most attacks are caused by hackers who want to acquire medical records due to their extreme value. The information in medical records (name, birthdate, addresses, phone numbers, medical history and social security numbers), can be easily used for identity theft, fraudulent medical billing or acquiring prescriptions to resell on the street. Hackers can use the medical information to accomplish just about anything once acquired. This flaw in IT security is not a series of isolated incidents but an incredibly widespread problem now affecting millions of people across the nation.

In August, Community Health Systems reported that Chinese hackers had allegedly stolen a staggering 4.5 million patient records in what could be the largest breach of patient data to date. The company is treating the breach as a violation of HIPPA, even though the hackers didn’t gain access to medical records (only names, addresses, birth dates, phone numbers, and Social Security numbers were stolen). The breach happened between April and June this year, and was discovered in July. According to cyber-security firm Mandiant, which helped investigate the breach, the group responsible for the attack is known as “APT 18,” and may have links to the Chinese government.

The majority of hospitals and health organizations are using outdated technology on a single network making the job of hacking into networks even easier for criminals. IT security is often a large oversight for healthcare organizations because their objective is to save lives. Unfortunately, lack of internal IT expertise and outdated technology plagues the healthcare industry making it an easy target.

The challenge here is that doctors are inherently more interested in saving lives, instead of upgrading their IT security. This a great thing for society and we believe that’s exactly what doctors should be focused on! The only thing is that IT security must be addressed too. Over the years, we’ve learned exactly what it takes to protect health organizations and we love being a part of the solution to this problem. It’s unfortunate when something like this happens but it brings much needed education to the issues at hand. We consider it our duty to educate our market and provide doctors with the technology tools they need to do their jobs, protect their  patients and spend their time focused on saving lives, instead of firewalls. That’s our job.

6 Huge Benefits of Managed IT Service

As the shape of global business continues to shift, companies big and small are determining how to incorporate new technologies. But while growth and operational decentralization have obvious benefits for long-term goals, they also present a new series of ground-level issues that can no longer be solved by local teams.

Enter Managed Services.

Developed to be scalable as a small business grows into a large, mobile one, this type of service combines the latest network technology with network monitoring, allowing a hands-off approach to managing networks and software. Agents can troubleshoot and fix most issues that occur from a remote location, further ensuring consistent access and functionality throughout the entire communications experience.

There are many reasons why managed services are making waves in all industries, but here are six that will blow your mind:

1. Quick recovery: With complex processes available to managed services providers, businesses can track and respond almost immediately to any events that may occur across their communications platforms. Gone are the days of scrambling from one problem to the next in an effort to simply keep projects and operations on track. With managed services, quick efficient fixes help businesses focus on growth.

2.  Before It Even Happens: Thanks to helpful remote tracking, complex remote service systems can predict where problems may arise, preventing them before they even happen. Businesses can operate with confidence knowing that issues can get tackled before they even occur, thus lowering the risks involved in important projects and operations.

3. Proper Planning: By further monitoring the ways in which a client utilizes their network systems, managed services providers can alleviate redundant operations, free-up file space, and further streamline formal processes. This allows clients to accurately predict their future performance needs and make informed decisions regarding infrastructure and database.Flat Rate ITFlat Rate IT

4. Built-in HUD: Through client portals created by managed services providers, clients can access network and performance data in real time and respond immediately. Service tickets can be logged and saved, and critical processes are monitored constantly by management. These client dashboards can even be customized specifically to a business’ needs. Whether a client wants to view real-time operational data at a high level, or an ultra-specific one, a managed services dashboard allows business owners to keep an eye on the prize from the helm of the ship.

5. Lightning Fast Updates: Managed services allow IT staff and developers to step back from the seemingly endless troubleshooting and problem solving of old systems and focus on future development and patching. Managed services providers can manage patches continuously; with this in place, downtime becomes few and far between

6. Big Picture Infrastructure: The in-depth, real-time monitoring provided by managed services gives companies a full understanding of the ins-and-outs of their infrastructure. Timely reviews prior to large projects, updates, and rollouts give business owners a full understanding of the ramifications of each decision they make, so that they can remain informed as they make crucial changes to the way they do business. Managed services highlight the weak points and problem areas so that companies can prioritize resources.

With all of these benefits in mind, it’s easy to see…Managed Services is the next step in technological business development, and a crucial linchpin in the scaling of a rising company.

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Mobility in the Cloud: 5 Reasons to Make the Switch

With the increasing number of smartphones, tablets, and mobile devices proliferating the tech world, businesses are grappling with the question of how to incorporate these new technologies into their operations. Rather than outfit entire workforces with company-owned tech, BYOD (bring your own device) initiatives are integrating employee-owned, personal hardware into day-to-day business functions.

While proprietary software and unified communications systems can fully integrate all devices into the daily workflow, the practical problems of large-scale IT management begin to raise red flags. How does a company manage mobile devices, apps, and security on a network that includes both corporate and employee-owned devices? The answer is often overlooked: cloud mobile management.

Below are some advantages to a cloud-based mobile device management system.

1) Device Options: With such a broad array of mobile devices on the market operating on various platforms such as Apple’s iOS, Android, and Blackberry, it’s important that IT management solutions can cover each platform equally. Cloud-based management solutions can support all operating systems, offering a company flexibility and diversity when choosing hardware and software.

2) Rapid Deployment: Cloud-based MDM services can be rolled out faster than ever. This allows companies to deploy management services almost instantly rather than the weeks or months required for a traditional MDM system. Policies and access controls can be put into place and calibrated with easy, no-fuss configuration.

3) Single Console Management:Management of a broad range of hardware devices typically requires multiple control consoles, often requiring extra deployment time and longer development windows. With cloud-based MDM, all operating systems can be monitored and managed through one console that can be regularly updated to account for new developments in mobile technology.

4) Instant Updates: As the pace of new technologies quickens, the ability for mobile IT systems to shift at a moment’s notice is the new forefront of managed mobile systems. Traditionally, IT responses to software and OS updates can lag days, or even weeks behind. With cloud-based management, providers can update their services almost in an instant, allowing for real-time support that stays abreast with ongoing developments.

5) Adjustable Payments: Unlike fixed-fee MDM systems, cloud-based services allow companies to adjust their payment plans as they grow for optimum scalability. With convenient cloud systems in place with single console monitoring and easy updates and rollout, consistent IT resources can be devoted to any growing company, no matter the size. The efficiency and usefulness of a cloud-based MDM is unmatched.

Cloud mobile device management is the comprehensive and up-to-date answer to the widespread technological advancement occurring around the world. With complex software and communications systems keeping businesses running, Cloud MDM allows companies to run smoothly and focus their attention where it matters: on the customer.

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Why Cloud Computing Offers Affordability and Agility

Hit the ball out of the park

I love sharing articles that I have read that just make sense and hit the point right away. Bernard Golden in Networkworld hit the ball out of the park yesterday.

By Bernard Golden, CIO
June 18, 2013 09:35 AM ET
CIO – When I was a kid, Miller Lite ran an endless series of commercials in which former sports greats debated the merits of the beer. One would assert that the best thing about the beer is its smooth, rich flavor. No, the other would respond, the best thing about the beer is that it’s light. They’d go back and forth:

“Tastes great!” “Less filling!” “Tastes great!” “Less filling!”

This would go on until the voiceover announcer would settle the matter by noting that what’s really great about Miller Lite was that it’s less filling and it tastes great. In other words, it was special because, unlike every other beer on the planet, it could square the circle and deliver two previously incompatible characteristics. What was fantastic about Miller Lite was that it combined two contradictory qualities: flavor and low calories.

I’m reminded of those commercials when I hear people talk about cloud computing benefits. One person will say that cloud computing is less expensive than traditional IT, contending that on-demand pricing, efficient provisioning and scale make it possible for cloud providers to deliver IT capability much less expensively than established practices.

After a couple of minutes, someone else will say, “Well, I don’t know if it’s less expensive or not, but what’s really great about cloud computing is its agility.” Because cloud providers offer self-service and immediate provisioning, companies can now respond to business opportunities or threats far more quickly than the old, manually-provisioned practices of IT can support.

Click here for the full article. It’s worth the read!

 

Prime is Coming out of the (Phone) Closet- Cloud Computing, Cloud Phones, Cloud Business Management

We went to a seminar this past week. We followed up with some pretty intensive vendor training from our partners- and there will be more on their offerings in the coming weeks. We learned a lot- and would love to share it with you.

Here are some reasons to give serious consideration to cloud-based business services.

BYOD

The “bring your own device” (BYOD) movement is rapidly altering the business landscape. Employees want to use the power and convenience of their smartphones to access data, sales reports, and other tools to enhance efficiency. Likewise, enterprises appreciate what improved productivity generated by the BYOD movement can do for the bottom line.

Immunity From Disaster

Another major benefit of the cloud is disaster management. Cloud-based communications systems include automatic redundancy. Voice, data, and all digital information are typically routed to multiple data centers. The days of a business losing business hour-by-hour when its phone system goes down is a thing of the past. Fires, super storms, equipment failures, and even cyber-attacks are no match for the built-in redundancy of IP-based telecommunications.

Those that had embraced VoIP phones and cloud-based computing on the East Coast prior to Superstorm Sandy were often able to continue operations when others with traditional systems were down for days.

Business Management “To Go”

For business managers and executives, cloud-based operations allow them to, in fact, be “two places at once.” One can head out to an impromptu but vital sales call without worrying about what will be missed while you’re gone. The advantages of a fully integrated system go well beyond the mere ability to stay in touch via smartphones. Full, seamless integration of all company operations is possible in the cloud, and it can be done securely.

OfficeSuite is one such platform that can integrate your office phones, mobile devices, and data networks into a single system. Over 100,000 business professionals nationwide already enjoy the ease and efficiency of cloud-based communications and business management. Companies like Broadview Networks has already helped many clients to realize productivity gains through OfficeSuite’s business phone systems.

No longer want to be tethered to your office phone? Move your operations to the cloud and you will feel liberated as you can conduct essential business from anywhere at any time – and on any device.

Scalability

Phones that work over the Internet can be set up without the need for telephone installers at your premises. Better yet, as soon as you add staff or new locations, the system is readily scalable. Grow as you need to without having to spend precious capital for new equipment. As you grow, simply add new licenses for your new employees and set them up on the system in minutes.

The number of businesses around the world that will be using Internet-based phone systems is expected to double in 2013, to over 100 million. There’s a reason for this communications revolution, so see how your productivity can soar with cloud phones and cloud-based business management.